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Thread: Any Signs of Spring around you?

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    We have all kinds of things blooming around here. I'm afraid a freeze will come along and there goes everything.

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    We have full grown daffodils and lenten roses in our yard. In upstate S.C.

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    Winter came to Michigan today. We have had sunny weather for much of the month. I am loving it.

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    Springtime

    Here in New Orleans, we have been having springtime weather on and off, yesterday was like summertime. My camelias have been blooming too. However, the weather man predicts a cold front for Saturday night and Sunday morning. You would think that living here all my life I would be used to the drastic changes in the weather, but it does not happen.

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    Here outside of Buffalo NY our snowdrops are in full bloom - which is amazing! Actually they began to bloom just a few days into February. It's unheard of! (I'm loving it...)

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    The robins arrived last week, the daylilies are four inches out of the ground and I see green buds on most of the native bushes around here. Mother Nature is fooling us I believe. It is gray and raining, raining, raining. But so what is new here in Western Washington?
    Sweet Caroline

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    I'm in SC...about half of my day lilies are open wide and I just noticed that one of my big trees in front of my house (sorry, don't remember what it is...) is about to bloom as well. Hope we don't have a late winter!
    If you feel like you're special...it's 'cause you are!
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    I was up North in MN and this am it was 18 degrees with not much snow on the ground. When I got home Southern MN it was 26 degrees with more cold weather for the coming week.

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    I have snowdrops coming up and a couple of daffodils 1-2" tall peeking out. I'm about 40 miles SW of Chicago.

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    Middle of Missouri here - have been seeing massive flocks of geese flying north for the past two weeks - a sure sign of an early spring. WOOOHOOO!!!
    Nikki in MO

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